SUD Treatment Care Continuum and Program Standards (ASAM Criteria)
Needs assessments and other research have shown that not all state Medicaid programs offer the full continuum of services needed by individuals with a SUD. This CE course provides information about the preventive, treatment, and recovery services and the levels of care comprising the continuum of SUD care. An overview of nationally developed guidelines for SUD treatment criteria, including provider and service standards for each level of care is also provided.
Community Based Behavioral Health Services for Justice-Involved Individuals (For Social Workers)
Individuals with behavioral health issues are over-represented in jails and prisons across the United States. Most of these individuals return to their communities, families, and social networks and subsequently require community-based behavioral and physical health care services. This CE course explores the principles that provide a foundation for realizing a quality, community-based behavioral health treatment system that is responsive to all individuals with mental and substance use disorders and skilled in serving those with histories of justice involvement.
Due to the age of the material, the following courses will be removed from the Quantum library on 11/29/2019. After this date you will be unable to take these courses for CE Credit.
Use our discount code of CEUs4You and receive 10% off our discontinuing courses.
1. Chronic Diseases and Cutting Edge Discoveries
2. Crisis Services – Effectiveness and Economics
3. Religion, Spirituality and Trauma
Eating Hints: Before, During, After Cancer
People with cancer often need to follow diets that are different from what you think of as healthy. This CE course describes common types of eating problems, along with ways to manage them.
Behavioral Interventions to Advance Self Sufficiency in Human Services
Research suggests that small, targeted interventions can improve engagement in safety net programs in the United States. This CE course summarizes and synthesizes project lessons and findings by reviewing behavioral economics, the history of its research and policy impact, and the reasons for applying it to human services and other anti-poverty programs.
Unlimited CEs for 1 year for individual accounts (not available for company accounts) now only $74.95! Choose from hundreds of online CEs within the one-year period (ebooks required for some courses must be purchased separately). Your 1-year clock begins the date and time of your purchase. We DO NOT ‘auto’ renew your CE plan.
Role of Technology in Youth Harassment Victimization
Because technology-based harassment rates are lower than other forms of youth victimization, the experiences that youth have with technology must be considered in connection with broader patterns of peer and sibling victimization, child maltreatment, conventional crime, sexual victimization, witnessing and indirect victimization, and other adverse life events to fully understand the causes, nature, and impact of the problem. This short CE course examines technology-involved harassment within the context of other types of youth victimization and risk factors to improve current policy and practice regarding the issue.
Managing Caseloads in Child Welfare Settings
Large caseloads and excessive workloads in many jurisdictions can make it difficult for child welfare caseworkers to serve families effectively. This CE course aims to build the knowledge base about caseload and workload issues and help child welfare managers, administrators, and others learn how they can improve caseload and workload situations in their agencies.
Unlimited CEs for 1 year for individual accounts (not available for company accounts) now only $74.95! Choose from hundreds of online CEs within the one-year period.
Neuropsychiatric Symptoms in Alzheimer’s
Neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPSs) are hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), causing substantial distress for both people with dementia and their caregivers, and contributing to early institutionalization. This CE course explores the neurobiology of NPSs in AD and specific symptoms common in AD such as psychosis, agitation, apathy, depression, and sleep disturbances. In addition, clinical trial designs for NPSs in AD and regulatory considerations will be discussed.
HIV Care Outcomes Among Latinos
Recent data indicate that Hispanics or Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV infection. This short CE course looks at the HIV care outcomes among Hispanics or Latinos with diagnosed HIV infection in the United States.